Gloucestershire leadership questioned in Ofsted report

By Hiba Mahamadi | 13 June 2017

Gloucestershire CC children’s services has been rated inadequate by Ofsted in a report that highlighted serious concerns about the council’s leadership.

The service was found to have a high number of inexperienced social workers, a high turnover of staff, poor scrutiny of performance by senior managers and a continuous failure to identify weaknesses in ongoing risks to children.

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